Spanish Jewish Community commends Balearic Parliament for reparation to descendants of converted Jews

This proposal recognizes the marginalization and discrimination suffered by the descendants of converted Jews in the Balearic Islands, known as 'xuetes.'

Spanish-speaking Jewish communities worldwide demand Royal Spanish Academy to remove derogatory definition of “Jew”

The removal of the definition of “Jew” as “avaricious or usurious person” is requested, as well as the definition of “judiada” as “a dirty trick.”

Jewish community of Ceuta receives honorable medal from the Mayor

The award, also given to the other faiths of the city, is a recognition of the contribution of religious communities to prosperity and harmonious coexistence in Ceuta.

Spanish Jewish Community celebrates the reestablishment of relations between Barcelona and Tel Aviv

The Spanish Jewish Community asks the City of Barcelona to adopt the IHRA working definition of antisemitism.

Barcelona mayor reverses decision to cut ties with Tel Aviv

Tel Aviv represents “the best of Israel’s progressive values,” explained Barcelona's Mayor Jaume Collboni.

Toledo celebrates the 26th European Day of Jewish Culture

Toledo has one of the most important Jewish quarters in Spain. At the time of its greatest splendor, Toledo had ten synagogues and five to seven yeshivot.

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